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Home for mid-level national touring acts, mostly rock and country artists either on the rise or past their commercial heyday, the Bayou Music Center can accommodate a mosh pit one night and cabaret seating the next. With excellent sound, sight lines and -- most important -- easy-access restrooms, you can fill your bladder on overly priced beer and empty it while missing only a couple of choruses.
Scoremore Shows, the social-media-savvy promoter that is increasingly calling the shots in the Texas rap game, gets a jump on your Memorial Day wee...
Soundgarden has aged remarkably well. For a band that took a long nap between 1996's Down On the Upside and last year's King Animal, the reunited S...
Although you may not recognize his name, Cody Simpson is a mega-star in the eyes of teenage girls across the globe. The Australian singer, whose jo...
Normally Rocks Off's first post of every week is our selections for the best shows happening in Houston for that given Monday through Thursday. This week we'd like to try something a little different.... More »
Smashing Pumpkins Bayou Music Center May 15, 2013 This is not a Smashing Pumpkins review. Sure, the title of this post hints otherwise, but I assure you -- the Smashing Pumpkins broke up in Chicago... More »
"To destroy is always the first step in any creation," wrote the late American poet e.e. cummings. For Smashing Pumpkins front man Billy Corgan, destruction and creation are a way of life. "A good artist is willing to die many times over,"... More »
Ed. Note: Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman, a founding member of the band, passed away Thursday in Southern California due to liver failure, according to Rolling Stone. Hanneman, 49, had contracted the ... More »
Go ahead, holier-than-thou hipsters, scoff at the choice of a corporate, commercial venue that you may view as an unholy alliance between a cell phone company and Clear Channel (um, that is, the now retro-christened Pace Concerts). But there's nowhere better in town to see a mid-level to major show, be it Basia, Nine Inch Nails or the Black Crowes (who opened their reunion tour there). It's got great sound and sight lines, and its seating accommodates both mosh pits and cocktail tables. In... More »
In a perfect world, we would all get to see our favorite superstars in an intimate setting, like a tiny club or bar. But as long as there are superstars, there are going to be thousands of people who want to see them perform. So why not see them in the next best thing to that small space: Verizon Wireless Theater. The venue is located in Bayou Place, which means it's next to restaurants and bars, and underground parking is easy and economical. Verizon hosts everyone from "Weird Al" Yankovic... More »
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